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back to ocean city tomorrow. >> good. >> thank you. things can be rebuilt. >> let's go to break. we'll be right back. it's oysternomics 101. you start with a u.s. senator named ben. by helping restore thousands of acres of oyster beds, he kept hundreds of oystermen on the job... which keeps wholesalers in business... and that means more delivery companies... making deliveries to more restaurants... which hire more workers. and that means more oystermen. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approved this message. ?iel' be honest with you. i don't know what day it is, what month it is after looking at this. frostburg where they're still seeing plenty of snow and it's still falling at this hour. >> we're concerned with flooding and getting the lights on for some folks. >> let's check in with meteorologist wyatt everhart. >>> sandy continue times act the state with snow to the west, rain showers and mixed snow showers across northern parts of central maryland. we've got pretty big waves there. 's the broad circulation.
the eastern shore. we do still have the 400-mile spread between ocean city to north as atlantic city and one mile taking it north, closer to new york city. it really is all tracked dependant on what type of effects we will feel from the storm. we know this storm is going to produce surf. looking at the reports along the coastal sections of florida, 17-18-foot waves with gusts close to 30 miles an hour. that's gail force winds extending from the center. this is a historic storm potential for maryland, a long duration event. monday through wednesday, eastern bay flood risk is high. high winds, heavy rains, you got to keep it locked on channel 2. we will break down a track scenario, what to expect from each coming up in a little bit. >>> thank you very much. that is good, the two wild cards, precise place for the storm comes ashore, make preparations now and saturday sp sunday, looking okay w the storm arriving later than first thought, we are talking about a monday morning arrival, lingering in to tuesday, and wednesday. let's head to the news desk. >>> emergency managers throughout the stat
we specifically do downtown, it's amazing. i drew up in the city. but i dprow up in new york and people do want to come to downtown baltimore. >>> let's take a look. we'll show you new york city got a little time lapse photography. a blend of sunshine and clouds. things look to be dry. there could be maybe a spot shower. we'll talk about that in one second. take a look at annapolis. beautiful, beautiful sky line. another shot we have for you. here's the shot. presently at the current moment 67 degrees if town. notice the humidity values around 45% and dropping. that's because of that westerly wind at nine that's dragging in the drier air and will cool us down as we go into tonight. 68 degrees. should be right around 69 degrees. we're on par for average. once again going below average. 66 east son. 66 dover. d.c. hit 70. notice cool hair. hagerstown down to 63 degrees. s in the -- notice the winds. that plan are reflects some wind, cool conditions. 8:00 60 degrees. 53 and on our way to overnight lows down to 41 degrees. it's clear overhead for now. you notice a come of the sca
in new york city for the game tonight. when you're in new york and surrounded by yankees fans, it's great to see the orioles black and orange. here in this sea of yankees blue, shine as beautiful beacon. >> spent the first 25 years of my life there, long time orioles fan. >> reporter: john mckinney had this trip planned for two weeks. he's taking advantage of the down time to did to the o's game. >> i had a friend from baltimore who shipped it down to me. i went to two games in atlanta. wore the shirt proudly there. john was at last night's game. >> i was cheering for the o's. they were comerring for the yanks. >> reporter: job finds driving his large charter bus in new york city interesting. >> the new york drivers are crazy. you just have to stick the bus out there and know that you're bigger than they are and make them go around you. >> reporter: he's getting a little sight seeing down and making new friends. john has his ticket for tonight's game with one wish in mind. >> see the orioles win. get to game five. that's the key. >> that's basically what we all want. get a victory tonight
much. south central pennsylvania and right on top of our area. let's show you some cameras. ocean city has been pummeled all day with a lot of anxiousness here. huge waves coming in. we're at low tide now at the end of this loop but we know what's coming. kent island, the weather continues to deteriorate. we think this side of the bay -- the bay surge will be slightly limited. we get three feet. that's not that bad for a hurricane this powerful. but a lot of that three neat or higher will be -- feet or higher will be piling up. the western shore making it worse for the eastern shore but all of us with enhanced high tides and keeping a sharp eye on the conowingo dam. this is on par withing with agnes. 1933 severe damage. that has some comparison there. hurricane agnes or also known as hurrican aggie. rain totals were over a foot from both agnes and the hurricane. agnes came in further north. ellicott city flooded out. so this is a historic type storm that will go down in history books with that recurving track. notice it toward connecticut. in this case it will be coming in closer to ou
of the most horrendous crimes this city had ever seefnlt seven members of one family murdered by criminals. >> 10 years ago the dawson family were murdered because they spoke out. roosevelt leftwich is live at where the dawson house once stood. >> reporter: you remember that 10 years ago it was one of the worst scenes in baltimore history, a whole family, seven people killed because they decided to stand up against crime in their neighborhood. look at the place now. the dawson family center where people can come -- kids can come to learn. r--- a safe place to be. 10 years ago they died after their house was fire bombed by a 21-year-old neighbor. they became outspoken about crime in the area. they frequently called police 109 times to help disrupt the criminal element. 2007 their home was rebuilt and turned into the dawson family community center. today's event honors the family's memory. >> well, we want to try to expand this. part of the goal was to expand in parts of the city. and the funding has not been plentiful for us to did that, but that's still the goal. we want to do it in west b
york city moving newborns from the critical care uniony. nurses and the paramedics carried 20 babies from the ninth floor down the stairwell. one baby was born premature and with a heart condition. the mother is grateful. >> i'm very grateful. without them, me daughter may not have been here. >> once the babies and the mothers were taken out, they were taken to another nearby hospital, one that had their power. >>> you want to make sure that halloween is full of fun, not fright. we'll tell you what you can do to keep your kids safe. >> if going door to door asking for candy isn't your thing, we have an alternative option. where to go for a spooky halloween night. >> as we take a look at the ocean city pier, what's left of it, it reminds us we're within 100 miles of the destruction up north. how you doing? alright, alright. now this is a party. what is that? go, go, go. mmm. give me some of that sauce. i don't know, i think i might bail. yeah, it's pretty dead. [ male announcer ] one is never enough. new kfc dip'ems. freshly prepared tenders dipped in irresistible sauces. this is it.
have a look at baltimore through the day. charm city under the clouds and fog early on. now the sun coming out. how will it develop in to the weekend? answer straight ahead. you. we know you. we know you have to rise early... and work late, with not enough sleep in between. how you sometimes need to get over to that exit, like, right now. and how things aren't... just about you anymore. introducing the all-new, smart-sensing... honda accord. it starts with you. . >>> tonight's consume ear alert. honda is recalling more than 820,000 civics and pilot suv's. apparently the wires connecting a switch that controls the headlights and turn signals can over heat and melt knocking out the low beam headlights. the recall affects civics 2002 and 2003 models and pilots in 2004 and 2005. they will fix the wiring for free. the civics and pilots were added to a similar recall announced after march. that recall affected more than 550,000crv's, small suv's from 2002 to 2004 model years and pilots 2003. >>> toys r us gets ready for the holidays by launching a new video streaming service. it's called
looking for the robbers. >>> and the man planning to keep our city safe is facing tough questions. anthony bats is the former police chief of oakland california. council members want to hear his goals for keeping our city safe and sound. >> comfortable, sunshine and low 60s after a day in the mid-60s. just dropped to 59 in sparrows point. 65 in denton. 63 in gaithersburg. you can see the setup, a few passing clouds. further north and west a significant rain maker that will bring showers, maybe a few thunderstorms tomorrow night and rafael, at least what's left of the hurricane passing offshore. this evening down to the 50s, clear and cool. >> do not call. that's the simple request made by many of you. >> but some of you are still getting the unwanted calls. the problem was, posed back if february. >> reporter: when they first came out with the don't call list, i thought great, get on it. but after years here i'm realizing it don't work. >> reporter: she would hang up her phone if she could but it's tied to her alarm system. >> i have been getting probably around 50 calls a month. >> report
to return and give back. richard stokes serves as a mentor to help inner city youth. our education reporter sherrie johnson shows how he's making a difference. >> reporter: richard stokes is in the your average teaching assistant. he is a mentor, a 2011 graduate of new hope ac dem mcacademy. he's back to help other students. >> to help all the students around. they get frustrated a lot. i talk to them in the hallway. >> reporter: new hope academy started in 2008 as a partnership between specialized education services encor operated and baltimore city public schools. the middle and high schools serve students with e messing hall disabilities. many of them face tough issues. richard helps them focus on academics. >> i see how they feel. >> reporter: kevin johnson was struggling in class but talking to richard as put him on had better path. >> it's rough. i have pay grease problems -- aggression problems and quick to fly off the handle. i can't really respect authorities. now that he's here it's a lot easier. >> reporter: administrators say richard is a wonderful role model and good influence.
of the i-95 corridor moving through ellicott city up through catonsville on the west side of the the beltway near frederick. you'll see showers out of this band of shower action. it's part of the trailing part of the system that came through today. it will not impact us with more rain after this line tonight but it will wrap in cooler winds, so falling from the 70s to the 60s, a scattered shower or storm. we've got all the details coming up. >> it's been about 16 years sense there was a case like this anywhere in the entire country. they're not getting as much money from the state as their wrote counter parts. >>> a fight played out in a baltimore courtroom. don harrison takes us to the closing argument. >> reporter: the students from cop pen, morgan, bowie gather n. front of the court house. this case stems from a lawsuit filed five years ago claiming that hbc's are not equally funded as their predominantly white universities in maryland. the judge ordered a mediation to come it a resolution. that failed in november. now they find themselves at the end of this six-week tr
for you. come on back. keep watching use showers on and off all day long. not just charm city but the rest of the state. >>> if you download books on e reareds you may get cash back. apple's appealing the lawsuit. amazon eligible customers will be notified. the court hasn't approved the settlement and more appeals may be coming. >>> listen to this. you may be buying your 2013 preakness tickets already. it's scheduled for may 18th. even though the lineup has not been set, ticket fly replaced ticket mass ter. so stay tuned. >>> we're thinking preakness and thinking pink. we're also thinking dyslexia month. what one local school is doing to spread the word. >> round two for president obama and mitt romney. how each candidate is preparing for the debate. >>> keep those calls coming in to raise money for cope men -- komen maryland. >>> all right. weather wise, the rain still coming down out to the south and west. we've got decent showers from towson extending down 95 to 295 with rain in the laurel area. that rain steadily drifting east. the rain continuing to have an impact on the traffic out t
the doors of homes in wood bine and ellicott city. >> a warm sunny day. that will be the story into sunday. it's getting toward mid-october and we're expecting changes. you can see the new front marching in. this will bring the threat for showers, beginning late saturday afternoon and a coastal system coming up and meeting cooler air. that would mean a raw miserable day on sunday. in the meantime, all eyes on texas. we're back playing outdoors. it looks like the weather will be fairly decent. 72 for the first pitch with falling temperatures. there will be the chance for a passing shower during the course of the game. overall not so bad at the first pitch. we'll see how things unfold. as long as we win, that's the main thing. >>> throw out those diagrams. forget about the what if this, what if that conversations. >> all we matter is if they win or they go home. no one knows that better than the men who are about to take the field down in texas. christian schaffer is live in the heart of enemy territory for this make or break game. >> a lot of people are wondering if it came down
there may be many more victims. they're asking anyone with information to call either baltimore city or baltimore county detectives. >> animal control removed 40 animals from this home. shane taylor had everything from chickens to a pig and that the animals were well cared for, but animal control said they were not kept properly. he promised to make changes and better care for them. >>> a 23-year-old firefighter was facing charges that he sexually abused two 14 years old. he said anthony cottle attacked him and the teen reported seeing cottle attacking one of his friends. cottle was a probationary firefighter. he was also an active member of the lansdowne fire department. both have suspended him pending the outcome of the criminal cases. >>> weather wise, wet through the day. at one point we had low level flooding in parts of carroll county and especially montgomery county and the d.c. area. scattered showers. parts of the eastern shore from northern queen anne's county, to cecil county. all of us damp. all of us with moisture. so fog is breaking out. two miles visibility. we're down
and between somewhere and maryland and new york city. here's the setup that the colder air beginning to make its push as it goes into the first half. sandy will begin to edge up into the carolinas. the cold air marching in. that will help connect with sandy. here are the two potential tracks, mike masco putting this graphic together. you can see the winds gusting. if we get that track into maryland, into delaware, that's the more concerning track for us here locally. perhaps, though, we'll get that more northern track which will bring it toward long island new york. there could still be coastal flooding. we'll have a winds wrapping around out of the west. that's going to pile up chesapeake bay. overall we'll have an impact no matter what. major storm potential, long duration event. we will see the crawl. we'll have wind and rain each of those days much the flood potential will be there. how much depends on the exact final track of the storm. we'll have a better handle friday into saturday. here we go 58 degrees, mostly cloudy. tomorrow, no big deal, cool and misty, mostly cloudy at 68. the n
. the city including the zoo, we should stay above the freezing mark overnight. there will be frost in the morning in areas to the north and west. we will talk about how the entire weekend unfolds, so much going on, here at the zoo and across the state over the weekend. we have the details coming up. daniel got the thrill of his life by throwing out the first pitch in 15 years. big on nor. >> the orioles -- honor. >> brawn brian kuebler is here with more on how the baltimore blast are looking to score a goal against bullying. >> reporter: giving daniel the hop nor of throwing out the first pitch sunday night, spoke up against bullying, each louder than this stadium sounded, over the first two games. now, just a week later, the baltimore blast is blocking the lean with its own nod to the shooting victim. >> it hit home. it's in our backyard right now. er we got the stop and be able to put our arms around kids, that are getting picked on and say everything is going to be later. >> reporter: which is why the blast is putting on a clinic in white marsh. in honor of daniel. they are cal
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